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OC382
This is a Used Book
Royal Air Force and Army Air Corps - Click for the bigger picture SoldRoyal Air Force and Army Air Corps

A good used example of the 4th edition published in 1962 by Ian Allan and compiled by John W.R.Taylor. It is appropriate to be listing this copy now as it features a fine period picture of an Avro Vulcan on the cover and it is this month ( October 2015) that Vulcan XH558 will be making her last ever flight, 62 years after her first! Opening the pages of this booklet is like going back in time.It goes into some detail of how the RAF and was organised over 50 years ago and details the aircraft they operated then . It covers the various commands, training, methods of entry , aircraft colours and a section on ranks , badges and insignia. This in turn leads onto a wealth of black and white photographs of the aircraft operated at that time and leading off with the Avro Vulcan which first flew on 3rd September 1953 .It concludes with a tantalising glimpse of the Hawker P.1127 vertical take off strike fighter which went on to serve with distinction as the Harrier. Less satisfactory is a mention of the Vickers/English Electric TSR-2 bomber which ‘will combine Mach 2 performance with the ability to operate from very short airstrips’ .Or not . The back cover featured an advertisement for Airfix model aircraft which back in 1962 I was a prime customer! 64 pages of nostalgia at a very modest price !

Pages: 64
Cover: Soft
Author: J.W.R.Taylor

OC381
This is a Used Book
The RAF 'GEN BOOK' - Click for the bigger picture SoldThe RAF 'GEN BOOK'

Here, at Oldnautibits HQ, we get to see all sorts of items and this little booklet entitled "The RAF Gen Book of Service Slang", has caused us much amusement!

We understand that the book was compiled by Ernest L. Howard-Williams, who used the pseudonym "HW" - "HW" was a serving WWII RAF Officer when he compiled the book. The inside cover is named to "D. Billingham - Xmas 1945". The book contains an alphabetical guide to WWII RAF slang, together with a range of cartoons that illustrate the meaning of many of the expressions.

What makes this copy rather special is someone, perhaps D.Billingham himself, has hand coloured all the illustrations. In addition, in the "gen" listings he has added in pencil some more of his own like "Twilight.... See Passion Killers", which are also featured in one of the cartoons! Another addition is Penguin - a rank without wings, or in other words non aircrew personnel. Other examples are a "Fizzer", who was a good looking girl, or a perfect landing, a "Target for Tonight" is a girlfriend, a "Devil Dodger" is the RAF Chaplin. Confusingly, both "Blackouts" and "Passion Killers" are WAAF's knickers! A "Jeep" is apparently a local girl, or a small runabout, or possibly both?

This paperback booklet shows some wear commensurate with age, but generally very good and, as we have said, has caused a lot of amusement here in the Oldnautibits HQ! With the festive season on us before very long, this would be an excellent unique stocking filler at a modest price. Click the cycling images above, to see the Slideshow

Pages: 32
Cover: Soft
Author: Ernest L. Howard-Williams,

5525 Boeing B-17F Exhaust Manifold - Click for the bigger picture SoldBoeing B-17F Exhaust Manifold - Another item from the Grafton Underwood collection .Whilst the other parts listed today are in relic condition this item appears to be in perfect shape with no obvious damage.It is made of welded steel construction and carries a clear data plate giving the full specification so unlike the other pieces we know exactly what we have here. The plate confirms ex B-17F plus drawing nos 55-61954 and contract nos W-535-AC20292 as well as Material Spec AN-00-S-757. The manufacturers are shown as ‘Aircraft Section Fischer Body Detroit, General Motor Corporation’.The delivery date is even shown at 2.08.43 . Given time it may just be possible to find which engine and perhaps the actual B-17 F this manifold was fitted to .Judging by condition it had to be replaced, rather than crash recovered , leading to it ending in our avid WW11 child collectors scrap heap -although it must surely have been priceless to him at the time! We speculate like in the classic Johnny Cash song , had the war gone on long enough he could have constructed a complete Fortress in his back garden ! This piece is large measuring 28" x 16” (70 cm x 41 cm) so please check with us on delivery costs to your destination before ordering.

5527 Aircraft Access Panel Ex USAAF Base Grafton Underwood - Click for the bigger picture SoldAircraft Access Panel Ex USAAF Base Grafton Underwood - On offer are further relic items from our Grafton Underwood collection .Firstly we have an access panel, again probably from a crashed B-17.This still has the majority of its olive drab paint to the outside as well as Northamptonshire mud .The items has clearly not been touched since it was recovered from the ground . The mud still attached to the unpainted inside indicates this part was unbolted from larger section of airframe after it came down . The remains of stencilling is shown on the inside face. Not easy to distinguish now but we presume it identified the location of the panel . Included with this lot are two aluminium frame parts of curved form and again showing original olive paint and evidence ground recovered.One is tamped 930 in a box. The final item in this grouping looks more like a BBQ spit rather than an aircraft part! However it marking 41-8184 seems to confirm otherwise. It is made from stainless steel but function and location on the aircraft is a complete mystery The larger panel section measures 30" x 10.5” ( 76 cm x 27 cm)
5526 Aircraft relic from 384 Bomb Group Grafton Underwood - Click for the bigger picture SoldAircraft relic from 384 Bomb Group Grafton Underwood - Another item from our Grafton Underwood collection . We are unsure what part this is although we speculated could have formed part of the control column linkage as the central shaft twists which in turn rotates the drive via a 90 degree link at the base .It also moves forward and back . One thing for sure it is profusely marked and the fact it is clearly stamped ‘Boeing’ leads us to surmise , like the other parts we have listed today, this was another crash relic recovered from a B-17 Fortress. In addition to the Boeing l stamp it is marked BE and 43-8755 and elsewhere 43-8743, 43-8756, ALCOA-157R, U 995 and others stamps . So if any visitor to the site can confirm what and where this came from on the aircraft we can add a more authoritative description! Condition is generally good and the mechanism still works and one of the bolts is still wired . Measures 29 “ ( 74 cm)
5532 384 Bomb Group B-17G Exhaust Stub Relic - Click for the bigger picture Sold384 Bomb Group B-17G Exhaust Stub Relic - Another item from the small Grafton Underwood collection we have purchased. With this one we have some clues to its origin as we have a ticket attached .This is marked ‘AAFES Form 6900-112’ .We believe this to be from the’ Army and Air Force Exchange Services’ which was established in 1895 and was and is the retailer on US Army and Air Force bases . On the reverse is hand written ‘From 384 B.G. B-17 crashed Nr Weldon 1.08.44 during assembly.’ Below is written ‘42-9702’. We checked on line and on 1 August 1944 a B-17G , which was named ‘Green Mountain Girl’ serial nos 42-97072 crashed at Grafton Underwood/ S106 and the aircraft was written off beyond repair .In addition we found 384 BG was tasked on that day to bomb airfields, bridges and tactical targets in France.It seems B-17 G serial Nos 42-97072 sadly never made it . The relic , which we believe could be part of the exhaust system, is badly crushed but carries an intact data plate reading: ‘ Installation Instructions. Install bolts snug not tight. Back off 1/2 Turn and Safety Wire.’ Worthy of further research .Measures 20” ( 50cm )
5531 Radio USAAF Radio Compass DF Loop LP-21-AK Antennae - Click for the bigger picture SoldRadio USAAF Radio Compass DF Loop LP-21-AK Antennae - This great item comes with interesting provenance . The story associated is that in WW11 a small boy was living close to the perimeter of the USAAF base at Grafton Underwood .He became friendly with and was ‘adopted’ by some of the chaps stationed on the base and like most small boys had a fascination with all aspects of life therein . Over a period of time he acquired a number of souvenirs from obsolete equipment or from aircraft that crashed on or near the base .In early July 1942, the 97th Bombardment Group arrived at Grafton Underwood with 342 and 343rd Squadrons operating the Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress aircraft . The collection of souvenirs we have purchased would seem to relate to this period or later . We understand these antennae were used on a variety of AAF aircraft but because of its association with Grafton Underwood we believe this and other relic parts purchased are all from ‘the Flying Fortress.’ This item is still in original olive green paintwork which is now showing signs of service use with minor corrosion. The mount and electrical connections are still in place and it is clearly marked Loop LP-21-AM .The underside of the mount carries two male sockets, one engraved PL-108 and the other PL-112. We understand these loop antenna picked up ground based signals that were then fed to the radio compass to enable blind approaches to be made accurately in bad weather . Sadly we have no information of which aircraft this was fitted to but would make an imposing display item in a USAAF related collection . Measures 26” x 16” ( 66 cm x 41 cm ). Please also check out the other relic items we will also be listing, all from the same collection .

4948 RAF Type H Oxygen Mask - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Type H Oxygen Mask - First issued in early 1944 the H mask replaced the earlier G pattern and it remained in RAF service, with minor modifications , for the remainder of the 20th century.This example Stores Reference 6D/2244098 is broad arrow marked and was manufactured in January 1983 and has never been issued . When purchased it came complete in its original packaging with attached documentation that confirmed it was declared ‘Serviceable’ by 16 Maintenance Unit Stafford when last checked in December 1997! This example is marked ‘Small’ and is fitted with an Amplivox 13100 microphone and mint communication cord and male plug. A full elastic harness is fitted, again in unissued condition, with snaps and clips to use with RAF C , D & E pattern flying helmets as well as the later G. The harness also features the reversible ‘quick connect’ loops for use with the later metal oxygen mask hooks . If the mask is required without the elastic webbing harness please contact us for a separate price. Despite now being 32+ years old this example is effectively mint and boxed and is in factory fresh condition inside and out .Like all items offered on the site this is for sale as a collectable only, although subject to the correct checks we feel it is highly likely it is still in working condition but we can’t guarantee this . These masks are no longer in production so grab the opportunity now to purchase one of the last genuine ‘mint and boxed’ examples whilst our very limited stocks remain.
6427 Mk11 First Aid Pack for Air Crews - Click for the bigger picture SoldMk11 First Aid Pack for Air Crews - These packs were exclusively issued for aircrew use in WW11 and were designed to be carried in their service dress or battledress uniform or in a pocket in the Sidcot flying suit. The pack is made from waterproof rubberised canvas and as well as containing standard field dressing items it also contains a specialist medical kit primarily intended for treating burns. A full list of the contents is printed on both sides of the pack as well as basic opening and usage instructions . The pack is also stamped with a red cross , an AM and a Kings Crown . This is a scarce early Mk11 set and unusually it has never been opened ,so will contain its full contents as issued. The pack is in good display condition but one side has very slight staining and the reverse ( not shown in our photograph) is partially faded perhaps due to exposure to the sun . These are getting increasingly hard to find in any condition and would make a good addition to an RAF collection. Clearly for sale as a display item only and contents definitely no longer for us! Measures 6.25” x6.25” ( 16 cm x 16 cm)
6120 FAA C Type Flying Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldFAA C Type Flying Helmet - The Fleet Air Arm variant of the standard C type helmet remains one of my favourites . Often mistaken for the B type it features the classic zip ear receiver cups and has the facility for Gosport tubes to be fitted as well for use for talk between crew members on aircraft such as the Swordfish.This example is the second pattern internally wired helmet and is fully wired with 10A/13466 pattern receivers fitted as well as a near mint loom and bell jack plug. Both receiver zips carry the original leather pull tab and are in good working order .Receiver foams are not fitted but could be added to this helmet to give the cups a better shape The helmet shell leather is generally sound with minor lifting to the finish on the rear of the helmet. All snaps are in working order and the oxygen mask clip is in place to take E*, G or H pattern oxygen masks.The shell carries a crisp broad arrow property mark and 22C.NIV stamp.Inside the lining is equally clean with signs of light use only .The velvet brow pad is in perfect condition . Whilst no size is marked the helmet seems to be a roomy 4 so a real bonus to find a scarce large size .The elastic chin strap is a little distorted but still displays well .Whilst not mint this is a great example of an issued helmet and would sit happily in any collection . More detailed pictures are available on request .

4761 RAF Plaque - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Plaque - A rather attractive example featuring the badge of the Royal Air Force of an eagle superimposed on a circlet which is surmounted by a Kings Crown.This badge was based on a design created by Gieves Ltd of Savile Row and it was first used in August 1918 with the original featuring a garter and buckle. The present plain circlet dates from 26 January 1923 when the badge was registered at the College of Arms .The RAF motto ‘Per Ardua Ad Astra’, translated to mean ‘Through Adversity To The Stars’ is shown around the edge with an impressive eagle in relief which is virtually flying off the shield! The crest shows minor age wear but is still in excellent display condition and the oak mount has a wall hanging loop to the back . Measurement wingtip to wingtip is 7.5” (18.5 cm) and top to bottom measures 9” ( 23 cm) .
6077 104 Bomber Squadron Cigarette Case - Click for the bigger picture Sold104 Bomber Squadron Cigarette Case - 104 Squadron was an Operational Training Unit Group at the start of WW11. The squadron reformed at Driffield as an operational squadron on 1 April 1941, serving as a night bomber squadron. In October 1941 fifteen aircraft were flown to Malta, from where they attacked targets in Libya, Sicily and Italy and then moved on to to Egypt. The Squadron spent the rest of the war in the Mediterranean, first operating in the Western Desert and at the end of 1943 moving to southern Italy based at Foggia, flying its last Wellington Op on 27 February 1945, then converting to the Liberator V1 which was operated until October 1945.The Squadron then moved back to Egypt and was reequipped with Lancasters. Our cigarette case , which carries the Squadron crest with motto ‘Strike Hard’ set into the lid, as well as the initials HR , who we assume to be the wartime owner .On the reverse is a Liberator bomber carrying the code ‘P’. We believe therefore this case originated in Italy some time between February and October 1945. We do not recognise the wood (perhaps olive?) but suspect it is an Italian hardwood and custom made as a souvenir by the locals for the chaps on the Squadron at Foggia Airfield. The outer case shows some age wear but overall it is in good display condition and inside is a fitted interior .Sadly the history of ‘H.R.’ has been lost but a super souvenir relating to 104 Squadron who served with distinction throughout WW11. The Squadron was finally disbanded in April 1947. Measures 6”x 3.75”( 15cm x 9 cm)
6163
This is a Used Book
Marching or Flying by Night Without a Compass - Click for the bigger picture SoldMarching or Flying by Night Without a Compass

We spotted this modest volume on our travels recently and could not resist it! A very interesting and informative book by Colonel W.A.Tilney , first published in 1915, to aid both soldiers and aviators to find their way home when caught behind enemy lines or over enemy territory . Entitled " Marching or Flying by Night Without a Compass " this soft back example is the 11th edition published in 1940 when no doubt WW11 aviators and ground troops found it equally useful in the days long before GPS! It is in very good used condition and is named on the cover to E.P.Jones . It includes a ‘Timetable of Directional Stars’ for every month of the year and can be used between Latitudes 40 Degrees North - 55 Degrees North. In the introduction Col Tilney states ‘On the conclusion of hostilities in the Great war after the system had been tried and tested hundreds of men serving under my command owe their lives and liberty to this simple process’! The booklet contains fold out maps at the back showing stars in the north and south end of the heavenly dome as well as summer, autumn winter and spring direction stars as per the photographs. Would enhance any collection. Measures 6” x 3.5” ( 15 cm x 9 cm)

Pages: 57
Cover: Soft
Author: Colonel W.A.Tilney

6161 RAF Trench Art Tray 1943 - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Trench Art Tray 1943 - We often purchase items of trench art but this little tray is several cuts above most of the examples we see. The tray is made from a heavy lump of brass and beautifully engraved to the centre is a perfect RAF pilots brevet . This is finely worked and unusually the wings and Kings Crown are picked out in silver, whilst the laurel leaves are in bronze. The edge fluting is also in silver as is the wording ‘Egypt’ and the date 1943. Judging by the quality of the work we believe it to have been made using WW11 battlefield scrap by an Egyptian craftsman and sold commercially at the local Souk as a souvenir for an RAF serviceman to take home as a gift for friends and family . We think it fair to describe it as ‘small but beautifully formed’ and would grace either an RAF or trench art collection . Measures 4.25” diameter (10.5 cm).
If trench art is your thing we recommend you check out the fine Royal Tank Regiment example which was purchased from the same source which we are also listing today .

6455 RAF Message Streamer - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Message Streamer - We have occasionally managed to source examples of RFC message streamers, but this one is unusual in that it is Air Ministry marked so this one clearly dates from after the formation of the RAF in 1918 .These double tail streamers were used for dropping written messages from aircrew in the days before radio communications . The streamer created drag thus reducing the speed of the message bag as it fell to the ground and the long colourful tail made location and pick up on the ground simpler.The business end is stamped with a Kings Crown , A.M. and the manufacturers number B27575/39/C.I.(C) which surprisingly seems to date it to 1939! The other unusual thing about this example is instead of containing pig iron for weighting purposes the sealed compartment appears to contain sand . On the opposite side is a press stud closing flap to enable to message to be secured within the streamer . The condition is excellent and the colours crisp and only fault is a couple of very small moth nibbles which hardly notice . Measures 56” ( 142 cm)

4953 RAF Type H Oxygen Mask - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Type H Oxygen Mask - First issued in early 1944 the H mask replaced the earlier G pattern and it remained in RAF service, with minor modifications , for the remainder of the 20th century.This example Stores Reference 6D/2244098 is broad arrow marked and was manufactured in March 1985 by MSA ( Britain) ltd and has never been issued . When purchased it came complete in its original packaging in a sealed plastic bag with attached documentation that confirmed it was declared ‘Serviceable’ by 16 Maintenance Unit Stafford when last checked in December 1997! This example is marked ‘Small’ and is fitted with an Amplivox 13100 microphone and mint communication cord and male plug. A full elastic harness is fitted, again in unissued condition, with snaps and clips to use with RAF C , D & E pattern flying helmets as well as the later G. The harness also features the reversible ‘quick connect’ loops for use with the later metal oxygen mask hooks . If the mask is required without the elastic webbing harness please contact us for a separate price. Despite now bring 30 years old this example is effectively mint and boxed and is in factory fresh condition inside and out .Like all items offered on the site this is for sale as a collectable only, although subject to the correct checks we feel it is highly likely it is still in working condition but we can’t guarantee this . These masks are no longer in production so grab the opportunity now to purchase one of the last genuine ‘mint and boxed’ examples whilst our very limited stocks remain.

6392 Air Ministry Type 35 No 1 Photo Reconnaissance Camera Control Unit - Click for the bigger picture SoldAir Ministry Type 35 No 1 Photo Reconnaissance Camera Control Unit - Designed to work in conjunction with the F24 camera , first introduced in 1925 used by British and Allied armed forces during WW11 and post war. The F 24 was installed in a wide variety of fighters and bomber aircraft including the PRU Spitfire, the Lancaster and the Mosquito. It was set up to work on the"robot" principle. When the pilot or bomb-aimer presses a button, the rest can be safely left to the T.35 control unit ,an ingenious device which can control a whole series of operations—from a 500 exposure reconnaissance requiring exposures at regular intervals, to the synchronisation of the flash explosion of bomb bursts during an operation . Our unit comes complete with in a fitted storage case marked with an Air Ministry metal plaque confirming Stores Ref nos 14A/1007 (for case) and 14A/943 for the unit. Interestingly the unit appears to have been modified in service and the original stores reference nos ground out and a revised number 14A/3383 added. The instrument itself looks to be in good used condition and still has connecting wires attached so it looks like it has definitely seen service .The top dial can be set to the interval in seconds for the exposures from 5 to 50 seconds The bottom dial controls the number of exposures with a scale from 1 to 125. The unit is marked 24 volts and whilst not dated we believe this to be from the late WW11 period or early post war as the T.35 remained in use until the mid 1950’s when it was fitted to such aircraft as the Canberra . Whilst we are offering as a collectable and can’t guarantee it still works it looks to be in first class condition. The Photo Reconnaissance Unit of the RAF is often undervalued but the PRU boys carried out a critical function often in unarmed aircraft . This controller would make a wonderful addition to a specialist or general RAF collection .Box measures 9.5” x 5.5” ( 24.5 cm x 13.5 cm ) The unit weighs 2.5 kilos unpacked so please check for a delivered price before ordering!



4661 Luftwaffe Officers Fliegermetze Side cap - Click for the bigger picture SoldLuftwaffe Officers Fliegermetze Side cap - A fine officers private purchase example in the standard ‘Schiffchen’ or boat shape. The design was originally adopted in 1935 and was specified to be used when other forms of head-dress was not required to be worn by regulations. Whilst not technically flight clothing they were often taken on operational flights so in the event of being captured aircrew could still be appropriately dressed! This example was originally purchased from one of our customers and has since been in my personal collection . It is made in blue-grey wool of a better grade than used on Other Ranks caps and remains in excellent condition . It comes with silver cord piping on top of the turn-up signifying for officers use and it carries a machine embroidered Luftwaffe eagle and national cockade below.Both are hand stitched to the cap . Inside is equally clean and is lined with a blue-grey cotton twill . It does not have a makers mark and the only stamping is the size which is 55. This example, like many Officers caps of this design, does not have a sweat band is fitted . Like all items offered off our site this is fully guaranteed as an original item and we believe it would be hard to find a crisper example .
4528 WAAF Flight Officers Tunic and Skirt - Click for the bigger picture SoldWAAF Flight Officers Tunic and Skirt - Another scarce WAAF uniform that exudes originality.The tunic carries a makers label to the inside pocket indicting it was tailored by Hector Power of Regent Street, London W1. The label is also named to the original owner who was a A.B.O Keetle; below the name is printed 16/5001 and a date 4/8/42. We have no service history to go with this uniform but it could no doubt be researched. The tunic carries rank lace to a Flight Officer but with a variation in the colour of the two rings so clearly indication when Section Officer Keetle was made up to ‘Flight’ rank (which corresponds to the male rank of Flight Lieutenant).The jacket is in excellent original condition with just the odd snag commensurate with service wear but it has fortunately more or less avoided the ravishes of the dreaded moth. It carries a pair of original ‘A’ lapel badges indication Ms Keetle was a volunteer and is fitted with brass Kings Crown buttons by Gaunt of London .The belt shows minor wear caused by the buckle prongs as you would expect. The matching skirt is again in a similar condition with a side zip fitted to the waist band . Interestingly it looks as though the waist has been taken in at some stage ; judging by the small tunic size this would indicate Flight Officer Keetle was of a modest disposition! In view of the size constraints in the 21st century we believe this one deserves a place in a museum or aviation collection although we have just listed other uniforms which may be more suited for re enactor’s purposes . Examples of genuine wartime issue WAAF uniforms are now very scarce and we don’t anticipate this one being with us for long . If any visitors to the site can add any of Flight Officer Keetle’s service history we would be delighted to add this to our description .
3967d WAAF WW11 Pattern Issue Shirt - Click for the bigger picture SoldWAAF WW11 Pattern Issue Shirt - We are pleased to offer a rare WAAF issue shirt that came in with a WAAF tunic which we have also just listed . It is in very good issued condition and is made from light blue-grey cotton fabric. Other than a minor stain to the rear right back shoulder we can’t see any other issues in terms of damage, stains or moth. The shirt is clearly cut for the female figure , having pleats let into the front shoulder area .The shirt buttons from the left (female) side and it also carries a small open top patch pocket on the left breast. Inked on the inside collar is a service number 2010225 and it is named to Waters S. The shirt comes with a detachable collar that is Kings Crown and AM marked with the code H544685/41 which would date it to 1941 and is named to Ranson with a service number 451639. Clearly the collar has been mixed up at some stage but it appears to fit correctly and it comes complete with a two period collar studs .The collar shows signs of use but is generally in good shape with just minor age staining and the fabric is not quite as bright as on the shirt , which is to be expected. A near identical example is illustrated on page 81 of Bayley & Ingram’s excellent ‘WW11 British Women’s Uniforms’ reference booklet. No size is marked but we estimate this would be a good fit on a size 14.
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